Cultivating a Scruffy Image

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“Vonnegut’s genius was to stake out this experience of anticlimax as his novelistic territory. His heroes are bemused bit players whose lives are measured by their distance from great affairs, rather than their proximity to them. It is a worldview inverted in favor of the little guy, and it is as hostile to change as it is to power.”

The New York Observer gives insight on a new biography of Kurt Vonnegut.


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